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Books and Film

All You Need Is a Box…

 In a world filled with technology and a gazillion gizmos intended to make life easier but sometimes overcomplicating it, it can be a relief when…

2 months ago

Books and Film

Your Hands Are Vowels

Whatever discipline you favor, an early lesson we all get in good horsemanship is the importance of “good hands.” This is about more than the…

4 months ago

Books and Film

Go Long and Low

How and when should we invite our horses to stretch? We’ve heard of its therapeutic effects all our riding lives, but have we ever truly…

7 months ago

Books and Film

Give Me Your Eyes

Shane Ledyard’s latest novella Sycamore Whispers is a powerful, coming of age story where faith and nature play their mysterious roles perfectly in a young girl’s struggle…

10 months ago

Art

A Heartfelt Roadmap to Connection

Choreographer and equestrian Paula Josa-Jones has written an intelligently observed, beautifully rendered collection of experiences and inspirations detailing her artist’s journey of learning to be…

1 year ago

Books and Film

A Little Bit Better

Training horses, learning how to ride them well, these pursuits can be an obsession. They can bankrupt us, disrupt other relationships, and generally make us…

1 year ago

Books and Film

What’s Reed Reading?

Olympic showjumper. Kingsland Model. Former teen prodigy. American wunderkind Reed Kessler is well known for the many accomplishments she’s achieved in her 23 years, but did you know…

1 year ago

Books and Film

(Forced to) Save My Own Skin

Simon O’ Shaughnessy’s life revolves around eventing. But when a freak, tragic accident takes the life of his friend and mentor, he finds himself struggling…

2 years ago

Books and Film

Reality Check

Rider and writer Melinda Folse is just like most of us: juggling work, family, and horses is standard procedure, and with all that she’s trying…

2 years ago